Climate of Gobi Desert

The Gobi has a extreme climate which means very hot in day time and very cold at night. The temperature difference between day and night is about 60 degrees Fahrenheit. In winter temperature downs to minus-40 degrees and 122 degrees in the summer. The annual average of precipitation 7.6 inches per year.

The Gobi area is extremely dry. In winter, high winds and low temperatures cause icy sandstorms and snowstorms. Gobi desert is dry desert and harsh. The climate is totally different from Savanna desert in Africa. In summer, areas are very dry with lack of water and hot wind blows in Gobi Area.